The Woodlands High School

Highlander Happenings February 21 – March 5, 2022

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AP TESTING


The deadline to pay and register for all AP exams for yearlong and Fall/Spring classes was 2/27/22. Any student needing to register and pay will need to see Mrs. Spears in grade level. Students will need a join code since they are late. There is also a $40 late fee for each exam.


FINAL deadline for all AP exam ordering/payment is 2/27/22---NO payment or exam orders will be allowed after this date. No exceptions.


FINAL Deadline to request any AP testing refunds will be Friday, March 11th. No refunds will be made after this date regardless of exam cancellation.


"All Things AP Testing Newsletter"---you will find everything you need to know about AP testing---this will be updated throughout the year. This link will also be posted on the TWHS freshman/senior campus school websites.


Parent Letter: Parent---AP Exam Parent Stud letter BOY.pdf


Newsletter---"All Things AP Testing"------https://www.smore.com/1mcz5


If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Spears at wspears@conroeisd.net.

STAAR END OF COURSE (EOC) TESTING


This notice concerns upcoming STAAR EOC tests in the spring of this school year. The state of Texas has determined that in the 2022-2023 school year, all STAAR EOC testing will move to an online platform. We are following the state’s initiative and will begin online testing this spring semester. Due to these changes, our testing procedures have changed. For your planning purposes, please review the following bullet points to understand how your child will be impacted with the transition to online testing.


General directions for testing days on both campuses:

· ONLY testing students will report to school at regular time on the testing days listed below--This is for senior campus only. ALL 9th grade students will report to the 9th grade campus on the testing dates below by 7:20.


· Any student attending the senior campus, regardless of grade level (10th-12th), who is NOT testing will have late arrival.


· All Ninth-grade campus students will report to the ninth grade campus on the dates below due to testing and altered shuttle schedules during the school day. More information will be provided closer to the testing date.


  • April 5 - English I EOC administered on the 9th Grade Campus,
  • April 7 - the senior campus will be administering the English II exam
  • May 3 - Algebra 1 EOC (students that have already taken and passed the Algebra 1 EOC will follow their regular schedule on this day),
  • May 4 - Biology EOC.



Specific directions for senior campus testing days:

· On April: Any student enrolled in English 2 and/or needs to retest English 2 will report to school at regular time and review posters on the wall to locate their testing room.


· If your student is NOT enrolled in English 2 and/or does not need to retest, he/she will report to school at approximately 11:45. Exact times and locations will be announced closer to the testing date.


· On May 4th: Any student enrolled in US History or needs to retest US History will report to school at regular time and review posters on the wall to locate their testing room.


· If your student is NOT enrolled in US History and/or does not need to retest, he/she will report to school at approximately 11:00. Exact times and locations will be announced closer to the testing date


· Students who cannot find transportation for the late arrival time should report to the school cafeteria at regular time for a study hall. The use of phones and laptops will not be allowed in the cafeteria as they will interfere with WiFi access points needed for testing.


Preparation for the online exams

· Students can practice using the online platform at www.texasassessment.gov > students and families > practice test login > sign in as a guest user > grade level is EOC > choose a test to practice


Testing Dates

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ATHLETICS:

SWIM & DIVE: TWHS Swim and Dive had a fantastic Regional meet the first weekend in February.

Congratulations to our All Region team:

Camila Alcala Rojas, Jocelyn Bizic, * ROBERTO BONILLA FLORES, (SWIMMER OF THE MEET), Olivia Busch, Chloe Corbin, Sophia Cristal, * Aidan Flanagan, Wesley Foster, Caroline Frazier, Caleb Gallagher, Olivia Garriss, Emma Guglielmello, Jacob Jones, Sarah Lopez, Libby Monroe, * Mary Nordmann, * Zoe Nordmann, Javier Pena Reyes, Abigail Pope, Kayley Radford, * Ryan Rautenbach, Hailey Rees, *EVLIN RIEDERER, (SWIMMER OF THE MEET), Muirenn Riederer, CJ Sorensen, Slade Stephens, * Paige Taber, *Tyler Tannenberger, Maria Uranga, Thyn Van Lier, and Khiara Yates (*= Region Champion).

Hammerr Down award winners were: Evlin R, Zoe N, Mary N, Chloe C, Maria U, Roberto B, Tyler T, Caleb G, Aidan F, and Ryan R. Both Evlin and Tyler set new school records in their events!


The team continues to fight to defend their state champion title in Austin this weekend at the UT Natatorium with prelims on Friday beginning at 5:30 pm and finals Saturday starting at 3:30 pm. Come out and support your highlanders in what is sure to be a thrilling meet!


LADY HIGHLANDER BASKETBALL: Wow, what a season! This season has given us more than we could handle at times, but most importantly taught us how to respond when adversity strikes! The Freshmen-Red Lady Highlanders began early building a foundation of success through hard work. We set our goals early and often and were determined to be District Champions at all costs.


Along the way, our girls learned the importance of proper preparation, teamwork, discipline, consistency, and hard work. Seeing the growth from beginning to end was very rewarding, and definitely paid off. We were almost always small in number, playing with seven girls for more than half the season, but we were always huge in heart and hustle.

Our team finished with an overall record of 23-2, and Undefeated District Champions!

We were led by our Captains, Claudia Keene and Samantha Simpson. They commanded the team in a way that was genuine and relatable. Most of all, they led by example on both sides of the ball. Kanyia Chambers was not only our point guard, but also our defensive specialist. Any night she, along with Matea Stroder could torch the other team for double digits. Our rebounding club was headed by Sophie Peters, Devan Bonura, and Dymond Coleman. They set the tone for the "party in the paint" every outing for us. By the second half of the season, Alaina Kiscoe was confident and ready to fulfill her role as our energizer bunny. Not only did she bring energy, but also became a sharp shooter! She came up big in big games down the stretch. Overall, we made it difficult on our competition, because we were a total TEAM! Be proud ladies, you deserve it!

  • The Lady Highlander Freshmen Green Team comprised of Nicole Petizme, Amari Burton, Izabella Frick, Cierra Harmon, Olivia Johnson, Abigail Landry, Grace McClain, Rachel Reinhardt, and Kennedy Vargas also had a great season. They continually worked hard and with smiles on their faces even when opponents had unexpected cancellations. They proved to be awesome Lady Highlander teammates, and continually grew as players throughout the season. They showed that hard work does pay off. Great job girls!
  • As the Lady Highlanders wrap up the 2021-2022 season with an Overall record of 20-7 and District record of 5-5, this quote seems to be the most fitting. “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” -Pele. It was the desire to grow as players individually and build chemistry as a team collectively, that led to the success of this season. The Lady Highlanders used a total team effort day in and day out to overcome and prevail in 20 games this season. Although we fail short of our overall goal of being district champs, we accomplished so much more each week as a team. Nevertheless, we will allow this shortcoming to fuel us this offseason to work even harder to accomplish this goal next season. Proud is the word that describes how we feel about each player this season. Being led by overall consistent play from Lily Mitchell, an entertaining offensive staging from Regina Contreras, Aurora Hernandez, Julie Vaquera and Jada Mackie-Crawford, a tenacious display of defensive pressure applied by Kinzey Wessner and Alayah Samuels, a paint presence led by Keira Stanberry, Maddie Lipe, Emily Deaton, and Maria Lapkhina, and lastly an electrifying energy given by our two freshman Claudia Keene and Samantha Simpson. Thank you so much ladies for a season filled with lots of growth, learning, hard work, and memories to laugh at for many years!
  • Lady Highlander Varsity Basketball had a rollercoaster of a season, but overall it was a very fun ride!! These young ladies were awesome teammates during the good and the bad no matter what, and you can't ask for anything better than that. Despite a rough start to the season, the Lady Highlanders earned their way back into the playoffs and gave it everything they had against Westfield in the Bi-District game last Tuesday. In the end the girls did not take the victory but should be very proud of the game and the playoff berth! There were some great moments in the season like starting off district play with a win over CP, taking down Oak Ridge in their gym at the buzzer with a 3 by Payton Findlay, and then proving we deserved to be in the playoffs and beating CP by 20 to grab that playoff spot! Anna Orr, Laura Haas, and Alejandra Merodio were our 3 amazing seniors that lead the way for this group all year. They are hard workers, great teammates, and players that you would be happy to be led by. I can't say enough about the Juniors this year that really stepped up as well and continued to improve as Varsity players. Piper Findlay, Payton Findlay, Brianna Dickson, Ashleigh Dixon, Ashley Soucek, and Tehya Rubio all played a key role in helping get this team to the playoffs. Whether it be tough defense we needed, or big box outs, or a shot at the buzzer. These girls were always ready and willing to do whatever the team needed. And last but not least the 2 sophomores in the group Campbell Biggerstaff and Bella Moore. These girls really grew as players this year. They were a big asset to the overall team, and I look forward to seeing big things from all of the returners next year. This was an amazing TEAM through and through and they should be so proud of how far they came this year.



BASS FISHING TEAM: Congratulations to our Bass Fishing Team on another record-setting day at THSBA Lake Conroe on Sunday, Feb. 6th! Elliott Oefinger and Keaton Rue weighed in a team record of 20.4 pounds to take 1st Place. Aidan Neely and Hank Chauffe finished in 2nd Place with 15.11 pounds. Highlanders took First Place School out of 23 schools with a total of 44 lbs from the top three boat teams.

1st Place – Elliott Oefinger/Keaton Rue 5 fish, 20.4 lbs

2nd Place – Aidan Neely/Hank Chauffe 5 fish, 15.11 lbs

7th Place – Colton Whisenant/Cooper Whisenant 4 fish, 8.59 lbs

11th Place – Ty Collura/Aidan Martinez 2 fish, 6.39 lbs

12th Place – Drew Bouffard/Rebecca Comeaux 2 fish, 6.13 lbs

14th Place – Ryan Clarke/Ethan Mitchell 2 fish, 5.33 lbs

16th Place – Jason Deischl, 2 fish 5.02 lbs
35th Place – Michael Canonica 1 fish, 2.13 lbs
37th Place – Joshua Bygate/Matthew Roth 1 fish, 1.96 lbs

The next Bayou City division tournament is Feb. 26th at Lake Somerville.


BOYS BASKETBALL: The Freshman Red basketball team finished their season beating Willis 80 to 22. They finish the season with a district record of 14-1 and an overall record of 25-2! They had a fantastic season and look forward to continuing their success as they move on to the next three years of Highlander Basketball.

  • Highlander Sub-Varsity Freshman Green Basketball has amassed a record of 29-3 overall with a district mark of 15-0. This young Highlander team has really enjoyed playing together. The team locked up the District title as they beat Willis to go undefeated in District play, a big shout out to this great team. Let’s go Highlanders.
  • The sophomore basketball team, 20-6 (14-1 District), concluded a tough week against Conroe, College Park, and Willis to finish the season as district champions. Against Conroe, the boys scored 10 points in the final minute to defeat Conroe by a score of 42-37. Over the weekend, they traveled to College Park to win by a final score of 58-38. They finished the season on Wednesday with a 69-20 victory over Willis. Congratulations on a great season.
  • Boys Varsity Basketball finished up their regular season Wednesday night by beating Willis 57-39. Also in this game Junior guard Shey Eberwin scored his 1000th varsity point. This makes our record 20-13 (10-5) we finished in the 3rd place slot for playoffs. We begin playoffs next Tuesday Feb. 22 vs Spring HS and the game will be played at Klein HS at 6pm. Please come out and support these guys as we try to make a playoff run.

COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER:

  • Tons of upcoming events
    • February
      • Feb. 24: CISD's Mental Health Specialist will give a Suicide Prevention & Intervention session at Oak Ridge HS
    • March
    • April
      • April 13: School-wide testing day
      • April 14: Dual credit registration deadline
      • April 23: Prom
      • April 29: Senior Connections at Lone Star
    • May
      • May 2 - 13: AP Testing window
      • May 19: Senior Awards Night
      • May 20: Senior Picnic
      • May 23: Graduation practice (at 8:30 am) and Graduation at 7:30 pm
      • May 31: Lone Star Orientation (for matriculating graduates, not DC students)
  • Senior information
  • Juniors
  • Everyone
    • Final exam schedule & exemption policies
    • Scholarships
    • Lone Star Dual Credit info
      • Deadline for all forms is April 14
    • Mission and Services
    • Past communication
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COUNSELORS CORNER:

Upcoming Community Parent Presentation on Thursday, February 24, 2022 from 6 – 7:30pm

Kim Hess will be presenting a Suicide and Intervention discussion sharing the Talk Saves Lives presentation. CISD’s Mental Health Specialist, Ms. Lindsey Taylor, will also be a part of the program. This event will be held at the Oak Ridge High School Auditorium from 6 – 7:30pm. This presentation is for all interested Conroe ISD parents. Students 14+ ,accompanied by their parent/guardian, are also welcome. Please register via this link: http://tiny.conroeisd.net/EMgM7 If you have any questions, please reach out to Kimm Dwyer at Kdwyer@conroeisd.net


SAT School DAY on April 13th for all Juniors and Seniors, Registration extended through 3/2/2022

Attention Junior and Senior Parents: THWS will offer a School Day SAT on Wednesday April 13th, 2022. Juniors may use this as their one free test, Seniors who have already used their one free test will be charged $36. When registering, you will be asked to indicate if your student has accommodations that have been approved by College Board. Please only click if you are certain that your student has approved accommodations. If you are unsure, have your student ask their counselor.

Registration is now open and we have extended the deadline through Wednesday March 2, 2022. If this is your senior’s first test, you will be reimbursed your cost once your student has tested. Please note the above deadline to register your student for this SAT, this is an extended hard deadline from College Board. Again, please go to School Cash Online to register your student before 3/2/2022. If you are unsure if you have already registered your student for School Day SAT, please log into your School Cash Online Account and sign in. Look across the top right for Payment History. If your student is registered, you will see it listed there.


Highlander Registration Information for 2022-2023 School Year:

The Parent Elective Fair and Information Night is now virtual. Links are posted on www.twhs.conroeisd.net and will remain live through April. Parents and students are able to watch teacher/subject area videos, look through class descriptions and peruse other course information as time allows. In addition, two videos will be posted from the Counseling Department. One will be a general overview of high school and graduation requirements and the other will be for families interested in learning more about Dual Credit via Lone Star College.

Upcoming Individual Student Conferences with their Counselors:

During the months of February and March, all of our current 9th -11th grade students will meet one on one with their school counselor to discuss next year’s courses as well as their four-year plans. In addition, they will discuss other topics that are pertinent to each grade level. For instance, upcoming juniors will hear about taking the SAT and ACT next year in the spring.

Other Registration Dates/Deadlines:

Friday April 1st – course verifications available

Thursday April 14th – Dual Credit Registration Deadline per Lone Star College. All paperwork and required documents must be turned into the student’s counselor before 2:30pm.

Friday April 22nd – Final Course Change Deadline

CLUB NEWS:

STUDENT COUNCIL: Student Council has had a very busy February. This month we are doing Kindness activities each week. Thank you notes to our teachers, families, and friends - Leave what you can and take what you need kindness notes - Live Love Laugh Tie dye dress up day -- Put rubber duckies on students and teachers cars with encouraging words on them - Kindness Bingo cards - handed out to students during lunches and when they complete the tasks on the card and return it they will be entered into a drawing for a prize -- Kindness clothes pins - wrote kind words on pins and clipped on to student's backpacks in the halls - Kindness door decorating contest that proved to be absolutely amazing - Valentine's cards and candy handed out to students and staff on Valentine's - Kindness Hallway - we will be handing out goodies in different hallways throughout the school during the last week of February. Student Council also hosted a Valentine's luncheon for our lunch staff. "Pamper Yourself" baskets were given to all to thank them for all they do for our students. We also volunteered at the Rec Center Daddy Daughter Dance, worked at Veggie Village for Interfaith, and participated in the tree planting for the The Woodlands. Busy but AMAZING month. If you have any questions about Student Council please contact Kristen Gartner on the SR campus or Jill Hart on the Fresh campus. Our next meeting is Monday, February 21 - 6:00 p.m. in the SR. campus cafeteria.


MEET IN THE MIDDLE: Our next meeting is Monday, February 28th. We meet in room 107 from 2:45 to 3:30 on the SECOND & FOURTH MONDAY every month. At this club meeting, we will have a Track & Field Day and help our Special Olympics athletes prepare for competition.
Mission: Our club brings together students of differing intellectual abilities for fun, fellowship, sports, and service! Join us! Questions? Connect with the club sponsor: Dianne Maberry - dmaberry@conroeisd.net.


TABLE TENNIS CLUB: New Student Club on campus! Join us every Week in Room 216. Come show off your table tennis skills, fellowship with others who enjoy the sport, or take a break from studying. Next play times are 2/24, 3/1 and 3/3.


FBLA: Speaker Series Continues on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, at 4:00 pm via Zoom, and Wednesday, March 2, 2022, at 4:00 pm via Zoom.


BIOTECHNOLOGY CLUB: The Biotechnology Club participated in the District Biotechnology Competition on Saturday 2/12/22 at Lone Star College. Biotechnology Club members that participated in the competition were Violet Boyd, Arisan Jarunivest, Zoey Miller, Yeshaswini Parvatham, Niah Patel, Amy Wei, and Allen Ye. They competed in teams of two with 50 total teams competing from different schools in CISD. They did an amazing job! The following team members won awards: Zoey Miller & Amy Wei : 3rd Place overall in the Biotech Competition and Yeshaswini Parvatham & Niah Patel: 2nd Place: Excellence in Data Analysis. Congratulations

to all members for their hard work and efforts!


SCUBA CLUB: Our next meeting is Monday, March 7th, at 3pm at the Senior Campus in LGI 1. Freshmen can take the activity shuttle to get there. At this month’s meeting, we will check out our updated website, vote on our new bylaws, and hear about professional scuba opportunities through becoming a Divemaster. You do NOT have to be scuba certified to attend our meetings, plus every meeting you attend gets your name in a drawing for some nice prizes at our May meeting. Snacks will be provided!

OTHER NEWS:


TWHS SCHOOL REPORT CARD:

The Woodlands High School Report Card from TEA is now available and can be accessed using the following steps: From the TWHS and/or TWHS-9th website:

Hover over "Our Campus"

· Click “Campus Profile"

· Select “Accountability Reports”

· Click “2020-2021"

· Select "School Report Card"


TWHS FACEBOOK & TWITTER: The Woodlands High School has both Facebook and Twitter accounts for each campus. Please make sure you go to the official accounts, as there are several fake accounts on the internet. The official sites are:

www.facebook.com/TWHS9THCISD for the 9th Grade Campus

www.facebook.com/TheWoodlandsHSCISD for the Senior Campus


Twitter handles are @TWHSCISD for the Senior Campus. Twitter for the 9th Grade campus is @TWHS9THCISD.


STAY IN TOUCH with TWHS: Be sure to "friend" The Caledonian on Facebook, follow them on Twitter/Instagram @twhscaledonian and bookmark the website - www.twhscaledonian.com for ALL the school news you need.


STUDENT PARKING: Please note that the posted speed limit on the TWHS property is 10 MPH. Please be sure to observe the speed limit as well follow traffic rules such as stopping at intersections and cross paths on the property as well as using blinkers when turning into parking spaces and pathways.


Students assigned parking spaces in the Band Lot (1279-1508) or ROTC Lot (2114-2163) must move their cars by 3 pm every day. Students are not allowed to cut through the church parking lot. Nor are they allowed to park at the church or the neighborhood across the street. You will be towed. All information about parking can be found on the school website: https://twhs.conroeisd.net/parking/


ATTENDANCE: To report an absence, call:

9th Grade: 832-592-8025

10th Grade: 936-709-1236

11th Grade: 936-709-1233

12th Grade: 936-709-1234

Grades 10-12: 936-709-1213


If your student needs to leave early, please send him or her in with a note to be delivered to the attendance office before school, during lunch or between classes. Doing so ensures the check-out process will be as quick and efficient as possible.

Feel free to call the attendance office with any questions or concerns you may have. We're here to help.

CLINIC NOTES:

If your student has received any vaccines this school year, including their COVID-19 vaccines or booster, feel free to send a copy or screenshot to the clinic at school so that we can have it on file. You can also email it to aransley@conroeisd.net for the Senior Campus, or jffletcher@conroeisd.net for the Ninth Grade Campus.


If you have a graduating senior, please be sure to request a copy of their vaccine record to be picked up by your student or emailed to you. This needs to be requested before the end of school; we are not available during the summer. Most colleges and universities require an additional dose of the Meningitis (MCV4) vaccine that is received on or after the 16th birthday.


District COVID-19 guidelines were revised again on January 14th. They are set by the Texas Department of State Health Services, and include information on what to do if your student tests positive, has symptoms of COVID-19, or has been a close contact to someone who has tested positive. For the most up to date information, please refer to the Roadmap to Remaining Open on the Conroe ISD site: https://www.conroeisd.net/roadmap-to-reopening/


Thank you for all that you do in supporting our efforts to keep our students healthy and in school!

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SCHOOL NEWS:

FOUNDATION FRIDAY: Friday, February 25, 2022, both TWHS campuses will be on Advisory/Activity Bell schedule. Please plan accordingly.


Name Check For Seniors 2022 All diplomas are imprinted with full birth name of student. This name is taken from birth certificate or passport. No other exceptions are accepted. If your student’s name is incorrect, please contact Ms. Champion, the school registrar via email at gchampion@conroeisd.net. A written request is required.

Students will be receiving name check during their English IV classes in February.

Corrections can be made up to the week before graduation. After that student will need to wait until after graduation to get a corrected diploma.


Fife LITERARY MAGAZINE: Have you ever wanted to have your work published? Submit original student art, writing, and photography to The Fife literary magazine! Submissions are open through February 28th! All genres and mediums are welcome. Scan the QR code outside room 221 or visit our Instagram @twhs.fife for more information!


NATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY: National English Honor Society Spring applications are now open to sophomores and juniors! NEHS is an organization for students looking to explore and share their gifts, and it is built on the pillars of craft, service, and leadership. Applications are due at 3:00 on Thursday, February 24th. Apply through the QR code in your English teacher’s classroom or by visiting @twhsnehs on Instagram!


TWHS BAND: BAND MULCH FUNDRAISER

Our 1st Annual Mulch Fundraiser is kicking off and TWHS Band would LOVE to sell you your mulch for Spring 2022!

Help us mulch the town! Support TWHS Band by purchasing high quality bagged mulch for $5/bag. New Earth Hardwood (Brown) & Black Mulch are both made from 100% recycled products from right here in our community. Both are a natural product that provides weed suppression, moisture retention, and color enhancement. Each bag contains 2 cubic feet of mulch, and a single bag of mulch can cover anywhere from 6-12 square feet depending on the desired coverage depth.

Mulch will be delivered, or be ready for pickup at TWHS main campus on Saturday, March 26, 2022 only. Home Delivery (for a $25 fee) only available for zip codes: 77380, 77381, 77382, 77384.

<<< Last day to order is March 15, 2022 - so don't delay! >>>

ORDER LINK

Here is a link (copy/paste) with more information and an ordering platform to make your purchase:

https://www.cognitoforms.com/TWHSBand1/TWHSBandMulchFundraiser

We are taking orders NOW and the last day to make your purchase is MARCH 15TH!

We hope you will make your purchase THROUGH US and help support The Woodlands HS Band program!!

GO WOODLANDS BAND!


PROM DRESS RAFFLE Enter for a chance to win a $750 Award Certificate​​​ to purchase a DREAM DRESS for any formal event for 2022 or 2023!! Millers' Prom & Formal Wear is donating the certificate and all proceeds will go directly to TWHS BAND.

Website: https://millersprom.com/

TICKETS:

$5 each OR 5 tickets for $20

Dates & Locations to BUY TICKETS (fyi - school groups cannot sell raffle tickets during the school day or online):

  • FEB 17TH at the Band Hall after the Booster Mtg (approx. 7:15PM)
  • FEB 22ND at Torchy's Tacos at our Spirit night between the hours of 5-9PM
  • FEB 22ND at the Band Hall prior to our 8th grade mtg (come between 6:15-6:30PM)
  • Email president@twhsband.org for more options to purchase raffle tickets!

DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE LIVE​​ ON OUR BAND INSTAGRAM ON MARCH 1ST! @thewoodlandsband


TWHS THEATER: The Woodlands High School Theater Department is beyond thrilled to present, TWHS Cabaret on February 25th at 7 pm in TWHS Auditorium! This is our annual night of acting, singing, performances from local bands, tap dancing, original songs, orchestral renditions, stand-up comedy and so much more.


Admission is FREE but donations are greatly encouraged. For more information about TWHS Cabaret 2022, visit www.twhstheater.com. You can also visit our social media pages (@TWHSTheater) for updates about our department and exclusive sneak peeks backstage.


JROTC: Congratulations to our Varsity Marksmanship team who took 4th in the NATION in Anniston, Alabama at the Air Force Championship! Team members are Isabella Griffo (senior and Team Captain), senior Jacob Brengel, juniors Lucy Hoff and Paul Zeyer, and sophomore Carson Voyles. WELL DONE!

Our 6th annual Drone Expo was attended by over 100 competitors and spectators this past weekend. We gave away over $1000 in prizes to race winners and people who came to check out the event, and everyone had a great time!

Our Drill and PT teams will compete at the Cooper Meet in Abilene TX Saturday, February 25th–good luck!

Cadets are preparing for their annual Bataan Death March Memorial Hike in Jones State Forest Saturday, March 5th. American soldiers and allies who were captured by Japanese forces in the Philippines during World War II endured a forced march of nearly 70 miles to a prisoner camp–many did not survive the march. Cadets will hike 14 miles with a 20-pound (or more!) pack to honor both the fallen and the survivors.



The Woodlands High School Calendar

February 21, 2022 – March 5, 2022

Monday, February 21, 2022

School Holiday


Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Tennis JV @ Klein

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

Mu Alpha Theta 3:00 LGI 2

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Boys Soccer @ Willis 5:45/7:30 Willis High School

Girls Soccer vs Willis 5:45/7:30 TWHS

Varsity Boys Basketball vs Spring 6:00 Klein High School


Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

FBLA Meeting 2:40 Room 245

Model United Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI 1

Fr/JV Track @ Kingwood High School

Evening Tutorials 5:30 English Room 168 & Spanish Room 226


Thursday, February 24, 2022

FCA Meeting 7:00 am LGI 1

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ Klein Collins High School

JV Baseball Tournament @ Klein High School

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Round Rock

Sustainable Development Club 3:00 LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302


Friday, February 25, 2022

Science NHS Meeting 6:30 am LGI 1

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ Klein Collins High School

JV Baseball Tournament @ Klein High School

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Round Rock


Saturday, February 26, 2022

Varsity Track Meet @ TWHS

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ Klein Collins High School

JV Baseball Tournament @ Klein High School

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Round Rock


Sunday, February 27, 2022


Monday, February 28, 2022

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Spanish Room 226

Student Council Meeting 6:00 Cafeteria

Interact Meeting 7:00 Cafeteria


Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

NEHS Meeting 2:35 LGI 2

NSSHS Meeting 2:45 LGI 1

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302

Boys Soccer @ Humble 5:45/7:30 Charles St. Stadium

Theatre Booster Club Meeting Room 138


Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Robotics Club Meeting 2:35 Room 170

FBLA Meeting 2:40 Room 245

Model United Nations Meeting 3:00 LGI 1

Script Reading Club 3:30 Room 137

Evening Tutorials 5:30 English Room 168 & Spanish Room 226


Thursday, March 3, 2022

FCA Meeting 7:00 am LGI 1

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ Scotland Yard

JV Baseball Tournament @ Cy-Fair High School

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Conroe High School

JV Softball Tournament @ New Caney High School

Varsity Softball Tournament @ Barbers Hill High School

DECA Meeting 2:35 LGI 1

Thespian Meeting 3:00 Auditorium

Robotics Kids Club Meeting 3:30 Room 170

Fr/JV Track Meet 4:00 TWHS

Evening Tutorials 5:30 Math & Science Room 302


Friday, March 4, 2022

Choir Madrigal Festival @ San Antonio

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ Scotland Yard

JV Baseball Tournament @ Cy-Fair High School

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Conroe High School

JV Softball Tournament @ New Caney High School

Varsity Softball Tournament @ Barbers Hill High School

Tennis @ Katy

Varsity Track Meet @ Strafford

Girls Soccer vs Oak Ridge 5:45/7:30 TWHS

Boys Soccer @ Oak Ridge 5:45/7:30 Oak Ridge High School


Saturday, March 5, 2022

Soph. Baseball Tournament @ Scotland Yard

JV Baseball Tournament @ Cy-Fair High School

Varsity Baseball Tournament @ Conroe High School

Choir Madrigal Festival @ San Antonio

JV Softball Tournament @ New Caney High School

Varsity Softball Tournament @ Barbers Hill High School

Tennis @ Katy

JROTC Chili CookOff @ TWHS Cafeteria

The Woodlands High School

The Conroe Independent School District (District) is an equal opportunity educational provider and employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Active of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.

For information about Title IX rights or Section 504/ADA rights, contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA coordinator at 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936) 709-7752.